"Until we have figured out a way for all Americans to live side by side,
fulfilling personal dreams for a better future but never at the expense
of someone else's life, we will be left wondering with Squire Grey Eyes,
whose remains lie buried in the Indian Cemetery in Kansas City,
if the consequences of the immense tragedies we bring into the lives
of one another will ever be resolved in time or eternity."
Epilogue, The Other Trail of Tears: The Removal of the Ohio Indians, Page 329.
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